A defiant Caprice Bourett threw herself back into work today after sensationally withdrawing from her Dancing On Ice performance over the weekend.
The busy model hailed herself a 'mumpreneur' as she delivered a corporate speech in Leeds.
Taking to Instagram , Caprice shared a fresh-faced selfie from her 4:30am train ride as she headed up north from London.
The reality star then shared even more snaps of her in action at the event before ending the montage with a snap of her back at the Dancing On Ice rink.
"Happy Tuesday … early call time 4.30am train to Leeds corporate speech #womeninbiz #mumpreneur #theharderyouworktheluckieryouget now back on the train to ice skating training @dancingonice @itv then #mommyduties #letsdothis," wrote Caprice.
Soon after she returned to Instagram to detail her busy day, fans rushed to support her.
Yesss! Can’t wait for Sunday. You got this Cap #bestbossever #ignorethehaters," urged one.
Another added: "Hey Caprice , hope you are ok . Was so upset Sunday not to see you."
While another woman, who was at the event, told Caprice: "What a great event!Thanks for the motivational speech and lovely to meet you!"
It's been confirmed that Caprice will no longer be performing with her professional partner Hamish Gaman after they 'parted ways.'
Host Philip Schofield confirmed that Hamish would remain a valued member of the professionals team but would no longer be teaching Caprice.
Instead she will be paired with Swiss skater Oscar Peter.
Sources had claimed that a 'toxic' atmosphere between Caprice and Haish caused the rift, but this has been slammed by insiders at the show.
While Caprice is yet to speak out on what really happened, she has liked a string of Twitter posts about the drama, including one that accused her of throwing a diva strop.
It was left to Philip Schofield to break the news to viewers on Sunday night that Caprice wouldn't be competing alongside the fellow celebrities.
"Unfortunately Caprice and Hamish have parted ways and will not be skating this week.
"As you saw in our opening number, Hamish remains very much part of our professional team and we hope to have Caprice back on the ice next week."
Phillip then confirmed on Monday's This Morning: "Hamish will obviously part of the family still with the professional skates. He’s a great skater and a good choreographer."
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